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Mark, H. F. (Herman Francis), 1895-1992



  • Existence: 1895-05-03-1992-04-06-
  • Existence: 1895 - 1992

Found in 5 Collections and/or Records:

Frederick Carl Strong III autograph collection

Identifier: 2012-004
Scope and content

There is no real focus to the collection, in that Strong's principal interest was in the autograph rather than the contents, which are, for the most part, routine notes or inquiries. There are several Nobel laureates and a few outstanding American chemists represented.

Dates: 1938-1983; Majority of material found within 1940-1950

Introduction to polymer chemistry course notes

Identifier: GB12-005
Scope and content

The bulk of this collection is the extensive class notes taken by Julius Heisler when he studied under Mark at Brooklyn Polytechnic in 1955. In addition, there are two of Heisler's grade cards signed by Mark and a copy of the Mark reprint A Few Principles of Adhesion, published by the Weizmann Science Press of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel in 1957.

Dates: 1955-1957

Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn Symposium programs

Identifier: 88-16

This collection is a set of programs to symposia sponsored by the Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn. The series is complete as it stands, although it probably does not represent all of the symposia sponsored by the Polytechnic Institute.

Dates: 1947-1967; 1974

The Papers of Georg and Max Bredig

Identifier: 2019-011
Abstract This collection of mixed media contains manuscripts, photographs, publications, artifacts and works of art collected and owned by Georg and Max Bredig. The collection documents Georg Bredig’s scientific training and rise to prominence as a gifted physical chemist in pre-World War II Germany. In contrast, the scope of the collection takes a dramatic shift after the Nazi rise to power in 1933. As a result of Bredig’s Jewish descent, his scientific career and very way of life was...
Dates: 1891-1968; Majority of material found within Bulk 1894-1944

The Papers of Max Bredig

Identifier: 2020-011
Abstract The Papers of Max Bredig contain manuscripts, photographs, publications, and artifacts which were created or collected by Max Bredig. The collection documents Max’s early life and career in Germany and contains a large amount of family and personal correspondence. The personal correspondence shifts to predominantly professional correspondence after he immigrated to the United States in 1933. Max’s career as a physical chemist at the Vanadium Corporation of America and later the Oak Ridge...
Dates: 1889-1978; Majority of material found within Bulk 1925-1965